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Volume 35, Number 12, December 2005

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The ‘microflora hypothesis’ of allergic diseases
pp. 1511-1520(10)
Authors: Noverr, M. C.; Huffnagle, G. B.

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Co-stimulatory molecules as potential targets for therapeutic intervention in allergic airway disease
pp. 1521-1534(14)
Authors: Kallinich, T.; Beier, K. C.; Gelfand, E. W.; Kroczek, R. A.; Hamelmann, E.

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House dust mite-specific T cells in healthy non-atopic children
pp. 1535-1541(7)
Authors: Bullens, D. M. A.; Swerdt, A.; Dilissen, E.; Kasran, A.; Kroczek, R. A.; Cadot, P.; Casaer, P.; Ceuppens, J. L.

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Immunoglobulin G4-antibodies to rBet v 1 and risk of sensitization and atopic disease in the child
pp. 1542-1549(8)
Authors: Kihlström, A.; Hedlin, G.; Pershagen, G.; Troye-Blomberg, M.; Härfast, B.; Lilja, G.

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Wheezing, asthma, hayfever, and atopic eczema in childhood following exposure to tobacco smoke in fetal life
pp. 1550-1556(7)
Authors: Magnusson, L. L.; Olesen, A. B.; Wennborg, H.; Olsen, J.

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Clinical effects of probiotics are associated with increased interferon- responses in very young children with atopic dermatitis
pp. 1557-1564(8)
Authors: Prescott, S. L.; Dunstan, J. A.; Hale, J.; Breckler, L.; Lehmann, H.; Weston, S.; Richmond, P.

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Expression of CXCR6 and its ligand CXCL16 in the lung in health and disease
pp. 1572-1580(9)
Authors: Morgan, A. J.; Guillen, C.; Symon, F. A.; Huynh, T. T.; Berry, M. A.; Entwisle, J. J.; Briskin, M.; Pavord, I. D.; Wardlaw, A. J.

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Highly conserved gene expression profiles in humans with allergic rhinitis altered by immunotherapy
pp. 1581-1590(10)
Authors: Liu, Z.; Yelverton, R. W.; Kraft, B.; Tanner, S. B.; Olsen, N. J.; Aune, T. M.

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Toll-like receptor ligands as adjuvants in allergen-specific immunotherapy
pp. 1591-1598(8)
Authors: Johansen, P.; Senti, G.; Martinez Gomez, J. M.; Storni, T.; Beust, B. R.; Wüthrich, B.; Bot, A.; Kündig, T. M.

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In chronic idiopathic urticaria autoantibodies against FcRII/CD23 induce histamine release via eosinophil activation
pp. 1599-1607(9)
Authors: Puccetti, A.; Bason, C.; Simeoni, S.; Millo, E.; Tinazzi, E.; Beri, R.; Peterlana, D.; Zanoni, G.; Senna, G.; Corrocher, R.; Lunardi, C.

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Topical corticosteroid inhibits interleukin-4, -5 and -13 in nasal secretions following allergen challenge
pp. 1608-1614(7)
Authors: Erin, E. M.; Zacharasiewicz, A. S.; Nicholson, G. C.; Tan, A. J.; Higgins, L. A.; Williams, T. J.; Murdoch, R. D.; Durham, S. R.; Barnes, P. J.; Hansel, T. T.

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Mite allergen induces nitric oxide production in alveolar macrophage cell lines via CD14/toll-like receptor 4, and is inhibited by surfactant protein D
pp. 1615-1624(10)
Authors: Liu, C.-F.; Chen, Y.-L.; Chang, W.-T.; Shieh, C.-C.; Yu, C.-K.; Reid, K. B. M.; Wang, J.-Y.

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A mutant of the major apple allergen, Mal d 1, demonstrating hypo-allergenicity in the target organ by double-blind placebo-controlled food challenge
pp. 1638-1644(7)
Authors: Bolhaar, S. T. H. P.; Zuidmeer, L.; Ma, Y.; Ferreira, F.; Bruijnzeel-Koomen, C. A. F. M.; Hoffmann-Sommergruber, K.; Ree, R.; Knulst, A. C.

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Decrease of selective immunoglobulin E response to amoxicillin despite repeated administration of benzylpenicillin and penicillin V
pp. 1645-1650(6)
Authors: Fernandez, T.; Torres, M. J.; R-Pena, R.; Fuentes, M. S.; Robles, S.; Mayorga, C.; Blanca, M.

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Double-blind study of tolerability and antibody production of unmodified and chemically modified allergen vaccines of Phleum pratense
pp. 1651-1652(2)
Authors: Casanovas, M.; Sastre, J.; Fernández-Nieto, M.; Lluch, M.; Carnés, J.; Fernández-Caldas, E.

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Acknowledgements
pp. 1653-1661(9)

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Forthcoming meetings
pp. 1662-1662(1)

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Author Index
pp. 1663-1678(16)

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